RSR on the Origin of Trans-Neptunian Objects

* A Rare In-Studio Interview with Dr. Walt Brown: Real Science Radio's Bob Enyart interviews Dr. Walt Brown on the origin of the thousands of enormous Trans-Neptunian Objects. TNOs share many characteristics with asteroids including that they orbit in a doughnut-shaped belt, their percentage with moons, their color, and density. Dr. Brown is the author of one of the most popular flood models which is also the subject of the latest Real Science Radio video: The Global Flood and the Hydroplate Theory, presented by Bob Enyart.

What is the origin of the trans-Neptunian objects?

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The Global Flood and the Hydroplate Theory
Blu-ray, 2-DVD Set or HD Download

Real Science Radio co-host Bob Enyart presents the scientific evidence for Dr. Walt Brown’s model of the global flood, along with the relevant biblical material. Enyart also discusses Brown's opponents and contrasts both the vapor canopy and catastrophic plate tectonics with the hydroplate theory.

DVD Vol. 1
1. Walt Brown, Creation Leaders, and Scripture
2. Hydroplate Theory & Scientific Evidence

DVD Vol. 2
3. Hydroplates vs. Plate Tectonics
Bonus: Origin of Earth's Radioactivity

The Blu-ray disc contains all parts on one disc. And for now, save $10 with our special introductory pricing which discounts the $50 retail price to $39.99! Bob Enyart also highly recommends Dr. Walt Brown's fabulous book, In the Beginning which you can get from us here at RSR by clicking the link or calling us at 800-8Enyart (800 836-9278)!

* See Other Walt Brown Resources: We invite you to visit, share, and "like" and to check out our amazing Hydroplate Theory programs at And for a 2015 example of something we point out in our flood video, that "All scientists work for Walt Brown", check out the references from the journal Nature in Walt's FAQ, Have Parts of the Collapsed Subterranean Chamber Been Found?